2016

Copa America Centenario: How 0-0 Costa Rica vs. Paraguay game helps USMNT

The scoreless draw between Costa Rica and Paraguay on Saturday, June 4 was exactly what the Jurgen Klinsmann's USMNT needed on the heels of their 2-0 loss to Colombia on Friday, June 3.


After their first match of the Copa America Centenario, the US sits at the bottom of the standings in Group A in the tournament. But because of Saturday's result, the Americans are now only one point out of second place.



They've got two matches left in group play, first on Tuesday, June 7 vs. Costa Rica at Soldier Field in Chicago (8 pm ET, FS1, UniMás, UDN). They follow that on Saturday, June 11 vs. Paraguay at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia (7 pm ET, FS1, Univision, UDN). If the USMNT can win both games, that would be enough to advance them out of the group stage to the knockout round.

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